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Title: 外援對性別平等的影響:以政變以後的宏都拉斯為例,2009-2014
The Impact of Foreign Aid on Gender Equality: A Case Study of Honduras after the coup d'etat 2009-2014
Authors: 史美晴
Salgado, Maryoriet Nicole Rosales
Contributors: 張文揚
Chang, Wen Yang
史美晴
Maryoriet Nicole Rosales Salgado
Keywords: 外援
性別平等
宏都拉斯
健康
教育
賦權
Foreign Aid
Gender Equality
Honduras
Health
Education
Empowerment
Date: 2014
Issue Date: 2015-07-01 15:06:48 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 性別平等是指在公平的機會,責任和報銷提供給男性和女性的分佈。性別平等擁抱平等的待遇在教育,衛生和政治機會的男女,對於家庭,社區內獲得資源和服務,以及整個社會。
當婦女賦權,發展時,整個受益的社區和國家。在過去的十年中,性別平等已經成為在全球發展項目的執行中央的方面。無數的努力和策略,以滿足世界上最貧窮的婦女的需求已經實施。儘管國際組織的興趣和投資在肯定婦女的平等機會,還有幾個婦女不平等的惡果,尤其是在發展中國家。在洪都拉斯的婦女,特別是貧困和邊緣化的背景,暴露於無情的困難和更少的資源只為出生婦女。
本研究旨在分析在洪都拉斯性別平等在2009年政變後,外國援助的影響,側重於三個特定變量的教育,以小學和中學入學率,衛生檢測,以明確重點孕產婦死亡率和賦權外援的衝擊,由婦女在國家議會中所佔席位的比例測量。為了實現這一目標,特別是探究的方法主要是定性的基礎上,文獻分析和對國際的報告和數據的連續依賴。
關鍵詞:性別平等,洪都拉斯,教育,衛生,賦權,外援。
Gender equality refers to justice in the distribution of opportunities, responsibilities, and reimbursements available to men and women. Gender equality embraces equal treatment of women and men in education, health and political opportunities, regarding access to resources and services within families, communities, and society at large.
When women are empowered, development occurs, benefiting entire communities and nations. In the past decade, gender equality has become a central aspect in the execution of development projects around the globe. Countless efforts and strategies have been implemented in order to meet the needs of the world’s poorest women. Despite the international organizations ́ interest and investment in affirming women’s equal opportunities, there are still several women suffering from the consequences of inequality, especially in developing countries. In Honduras women, specifically from poor and marginalized backgrounds, are exposed to relentless hardship and fewer resources just for being born as women.
This study seeks to analyze the impact foreign aid has on gender equality in Honduras after the coup d’etat in 2009, focusing on three specific variables education, measured by primary and secondary enrollment rates, health, with a clear focus on maternal mortality ratios and the impact of foreign aid on empowerment, measured by the proportion of seats held by women in the national parliament. To achieve this particular objective the method of inquiry is primarily qualitative, based on documental analysis and continuous reliance on international reports and data.
Key words: Gender Equality, Honduras, education, health, empowerment, foreign aid.
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